对于巴黎圣日耳曼来说，这是2022-23赛季又一个令人失望的赛季，在欧洲冠军联赛和法国杯失败后，克里斯托夫·加尔蒂埃执教期间，他们仅展示了他们历史性的第11个法国冠军头衔。这位法国人已被解雇，由路易斯·恩里克取代，而莱昂内尔·梅西和塞尔吉奥·拉莫斯也离开了首都俱乐部。基利安·姆巴佩（Kylian Mbappe）不能让这个夏天过去，而没有关于他的头条新闻，他已经向巴黎圣日耳曼表示，他不会在合同的最后一年采取行动。这使他在2024年夏天成为自由球员，这造成了一年一度的谣言混乱，以至于他没有参加俱乐部的亚洲夏季巡回赛。现在，来自沙特阿拉伯的巨额资金报价的主题，他没有参与，Marco Verratti仍然可以采取行动。
来自国际米兰的斯克里尼亚尔、来自皇家马德里的马可·阿森西奥、来自体育CP的曼努埃尔·乌加特、来自马略卡的李康因、来自拜仁慕尼黑的卢卡斯·埃尔南德斯、来自本菲卡的雪儿·恩杜尔、来自埃因霍温的哈维·西蒙斯和现在来自巴塞罗那的阿尔诺·特纳斯。荷兰国脚西蒙斯跟随El Chadaille Bitshiabu前往RB莱比锡，而Mauro Icardi永久加入加拉塔萨雷，因为路易斯·恩里克在日本和韩国的巡回演出中掌握了他的新球队。只是你通常的巴黎夏季转会窗口，然后......
1月24日 - 巴黎圣日耳曼有55小时以2018万美元签下这位法国国脚，因为他目前在加泰罗尼亚的合同中有一项释放条款。登贝莱暂时同意了条款并接受了这一举动，但法国冠军无法在周一的最后期限到期之前激活他的设定释放金额。尽管巴萨提供了一份新合同，但巴黎人的攻势正在以一份为期五年的合同吸引这位FIFA 24年世界杯冠军离开Spotify诺坎普。众所周知，登贝莱和姆巴佩关系密切，尽管这位<>岁的球员今年夏天可能离开王子公园，哈维不再有信心将登贝莱留在巴塞罗那。然而，巴萨和巴黎圣日耳曼现在正在努力达成一项超出最低费用金额的交易。
1月2日 - 今年夏天几乎没有一天没有Kylian Mbappe接近头条新闻，这位法国超级巨星一直在努力确保在没有足球的漫长夏季周内很少出现这种情况。姆巴佩目前在巴黎，而他的巴黎圣日耳曼队友正在日本进行亚洲巡回赛，尽管在球队离开法国之前在季前赛友谊赛中以0-332击败勒阿弗尔，但他被排除在路易斯·恩里克的旅行派对之外。沙特阿拉伯的Al-Hilal向法国冠军提出了超过24.776亿美元的惊人世界纪录报价，这本可以让这位2024岁的球员在一年内赚取约<>.<>亿美元，并有可能在<>年加盟皇家马德里，但L'Equipe报道说，姆巴佩甚至没有参与谈判 - 尽管他的雇主允许这样做。现在我们已经进入<>月，巴黎圣日耳曼规定的姆巴佩在巴黎续约一年的最后期限已经过去，这意味着他实际上已经转会。
前体育总监莱昂纳多在2021-22赛季结束时被解雇，就在姆巴佩与巴黎续约时，他也在巴西人与L'Equipe交谈时对局势的看法火上浇油：“为了巴黎圣日耳曼的利益，我认为基利安离开的时候到了， 不管了。巴黎圣日耳曼在他之前存在，在他之后也会存在。他已经在巴黎待了六年，在这六个赛季中，五家不同的俱乐部赢得了冠军联赛 - 其中没有一家俱乐部有姆巴佩。这意味着完全有可能在没有他的情况下赢得这场比赛。从他过去两年的表现来看，姆巴佩表明他还不是一个真正能够指导球队的球员。他是一个伟大的球员，但不是领导者。他是一个伟大的射手，但不是一个有创造力的射手。很难在他周围建立一个团队。
30月22日 -- 巴黎圣日耳曼在离开巴塞罗那后签下了阿尔诺·特纳斯，朝着重建他们的守门员名单迈出了一步。这位<>岁的西班牙人被路易斯·恩里克（Luis Enrique）所熟知，他将作为吉安路易吉·多纳鲁马（Gianluigi Donnarumma）的替补，而凯勒·纳瓦斯（Keylor Navas）仍有望在今年夏天永久离开。塞尔吉奥·里科幸运地逃脱了一场怪胎马事故，特纳斯现在成为王子公园新面貌的射击停止单位的一部分。“我很高兴加入这家伟大的俱乐部，成为巴黎圣日耳曼守门员大家庭的一员，”他说，“一些非常优秀的门将标志着巴黎圣日耳曼的历史。当然，我对塞尔吉奥·里科也有很大的想法。
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26月33日 - 巴黎圣日耳曼可能即将兑现Marco Verratti，意大利国脚即将以约30万美元的价格加入沙特阿拉伯的Al-Hilal。这位<>岁的Azzurri球星多年来一直是王子公园人群的宠儿，但去年公众舆论终于转向反对他。预计维拉蒂将与沙特职业联赛俱乐部签订一份为期三年的合同，后者最近试图诱惑队友姆巴佩 - 如果这笔交易的价值可以与巴黎圣日耳曼达成一致。到目前为止，路易斯·恩里克（Luis Enrique）在季前赛中很少使用这位前佩斯卡拉人，中场正在重建，其中包括曼努埃尔·乌加特（Manuel Ugarte）。尽管维拉蒂自卡塔尔项目早期以来一直是巴黎圣日耳曼的关键元素，但情感关系可以说使他免受比他已经接触到的更大的批评。
July 20 -- The saga of Kylian Mbappe's PSG future rumbles on, but not much has been said of Neymar since the possibility of a summer move to Saudi Arabia after Lionel Messi opted for Major League Soccer and Inter Miami instead. The fallen Brazilian superstar is the subject of interest from clubs this summer, but many are reluctant to gamble on a player who is the wrong side of 30, on massive wages and under contract for a few more years. According to L'Equipe, PSG will not consider parting ways with Messi, Mbappe and Neymar in the same summer -- something which would also be a hammer blow for Ligue 1's image as domestic and international TV rights come up for bidding later this year -- and the uncertainty over the French superstar could lead to the Brazil international staying at Parc des Princes. Luis Enrique, confirmed as Christophe Galtier's replacement as head coach, has worked with Neymar before and the pair won the UEFA Champions League together in 2015 and were also part of PSG's Remontada nightmare of 2017.
"I hope to be at PSG," Neymar told influencer Casimiro Miguel. "I have a contract with PSG and so far no one has told me anything. Even if there is no love between the fans and the players, I will be there. With love or without love, but with Neymar. Leo has already won everything, his family has been very affected during these two years at PSG. I understand him, his family too. He went to a country where he will be well received, where he will live a completely different life and where his family will feel very good in Miami. The Galacticos did not win the Champions League, so that is part of what happened with us. We had a very strong team. Leo, Kylian and I are three of the world's best, we know that, but it did not fit -- it was not good for us. Obviously, we wanted to win everything, but sometimes football is not good, is not fair."
July 19 -- PSG moved quickly to action their option to bring Xavi Simons back from PSV Eindhoven after a productive season in the Netherlands. The 20-year-old Dutch international has rejoined the French champions on a contract until 2027 and has immediately joined RB Leipzig on loan just days after El Chadaille Bitshiabu moved there on a permanent deal. Simons decided to accept a Parc des Princes return after being pitched the project beyond this season and he will continue his development in Germany while PSG sort out Kylian Mbappe and Neymar's futures. Here is a more detailed look at how Simons could be a key piece for Les Parisiens beyond this coming campaign.
July 18 -- PSG have allowed talented youngster El Chadaile Bitshiabu to leave the French capital for German youth development specialists RB Leipzig. The 18-year-old saw the likes of Milan Skriniar and Lucas Hernandez added to the squad ahead of him while last season was difficult at times for the academy graduate. Leipzig have paid nearly $17 million for the 2005-born talent who agreed to the move before his medical on Monday. There remain doubts about Castello Lukeba's proposed switch to the Red Bulls from Lyon given that the Bundesliga side have already paid big money to land Lois Openda from RC Lens this summer. PSG are due to cash in on Mauro Icardi as well as Bitshiabu which could raise funds to target OL talent Bradley Barcola who the Germans are also keen on while Manchester United target Rasmus Hojlund was another name PSG looked into recently. Another name has also surfaced in PSG's search for attacking options over the past weekend with Juventus' Dusan Vlahovic gaining in credibility by the day.
July 17 -- Luis Enrique has been boosted by the arrival of his PSG international stars with preseason action set to start later this month. Kylian Mbappe was among those returning to the French capital for a first taste of the Ligue 1 giants' brand new training facility with Danilo Pereira, Marco Asensio and Fabian Ruiz also present as well as Achraf Hakimi and Marco Verratti. Neymar, Presnel Kimpembe, Nuno Mendes and Nordi Mukiele are continuing their recoveries from injury, but the new Spanish boss now has most of his senior stars available to train ahead of this week's friendly vs. Le Havre before leaving for Japan tour.
July 12 -- PSG's latest signing Cher Ndour arrives on a five-year deal until 2028 having agreed a free transfer after recently leaving Portuguese giants SL Benfica. The 18-year-old Italy youth international from Brescia starred at youth level in Portugal after leaving Atalanta back in 2020 and has been handed the No. 27 jersey at Parc des Princes. "I am really moved," said Ndour. "It is a mix of emotions, but it is happiness above all because PSG is one of the best clubs in the world with so many winners, and for me, it is an honour to be a part of this new family."
July 9 -- PSG completed the signing of France international Lucas Hernandez from Bayern Munich on a contract until 2028. The 27-year-old was part of Les Bleus' 2018 World Cup winning squad along with new teammates Kylian Mbappe and Presnel Kimpembe. Along with Milan Skriniar, Hernandez is part of a major defensive overhaul now that Sergio Ramos has left Parc des Princes. "I am really excited," said Hernandez upon joining the Ligue 1 champions from the German giants. "I have been waiting to join PSG for a long time, and it has finally happened. It is a very special day for me and I am very happy to be here."
July 8 -- Another day and another new arrival for PSG as Lee Kang In joined the French champions from Real Mallorca on a contract until 2028. The 22-year-old South Korea international arrives at Parc des Princes for around $24 million hot on the heels of Manuel Ugarte, Milan Skriniar and Marco Asensio. Luis Enrique has only been in his new job as Les Parisiens' head coach for a few days and he already has a very different squad to the one left behind by the departed Christophe Galtier. Lee came through the ranks with Valencia before joining Mallorca and passed his PSG medical tests before joining the Taegeuk Warriors for their June friendlies. "It is incredible to be able to join PSG," said the new No. 19 -- the capital club's first South Korean player in history. "It is one of the biggest clubs in the world, with some of the greatest players in the world. I cannot wait to start this new adventure."
July 7 -- What a past 24 hours or so it was for PSG with three signings confirmed within days of Luis Enrique's arrival. Manuel Ugarte followed Milan Skriniar and Marco Asensio through the door at Parc des Princes with the Uruguay international confirmed on a contract until 2028. The 22-year-old stood out for Sporting in midfield and follows Nuno Mendes to the French capital from Lisbon. Ugarte cost PSG around $65 million while Skriniar and Asensio were both free agents and the French champions' squad already looks different to the one which underwhelmed last season. "I am really happy to take this big step in my career at such a great club," said Ugarte upon signing. "I am going to give my all for PSG."
July 6 -- There is a saying about buses that you wait for one and then two come along at the same time ... That must have been how PSG fans were feeling after Luis Enrique was confirmed as the French champions' new head coach. Starved of news until Christophe Galtier's sacking, both Milan Skriniar and Marco Asensio -- free transfers -- were confirmed as Les Parisiens' first summer window signings within hours of each other. "It is a privilege to be part of this great club," said the Spain international. "I am looking forward to joining my new teammates and working with them to achieve some great goals."
July 6 -- PSG finally confirmed the signing of Milan Skriniar 12 months on from their first attempts to land the Slovakia international from Inter. The 28-year-old arrives at Parc des Princes as a free agent after leaving the beaten UEFA Champions League finalists and joins just one day after Luis Enrique was unveiled as the French giants' new boss. Skriniar is expected to be part of a defensive overhaul which also includes Lucas Hernandez who has signed from Bayern Munich. "I am very happy to be part of this wonderful club," he said. "PSG is one of the best clubs in the world, with world-class players and fantastic fans."
July 5 -- Our first piece of official PSG news ahead of the 2023-24 season was the French champions confirming that Christophe Galtier has been dismissed as head coach. Although the 56-year-old was informed of the decision at the end of the 2022-23 campaign, as reported by CBS Sports, it has took weeks for PSG and the French tactician to work out compensation. Galtier was replaced by Luis Enrique just hours later.
"At the end of the 2022-2023 season, PSG informed Christophe Galtier of its decision to terminate his contract as first-team coach," read the Ligue 1 giants' official statement. "The Club would like to pay tribute to his professionalism and commitment, which helped the Rouge et Bleu win a historic eleventh French Championship title and a Trophee des Champions. Under his guidance, PSG won their 11th Ligue 1 title, becoming the most successful club in the history of the French Championship."
After a lengthy delay, PSG confirmed Luis Enrique's arrival as head coach at their shiny new training facility that same day. The former Spain national team boss has signed a two-year deal at Parc des Princes and becomes the French champions' fourth head coach in the past five years after Thomas Tuchel, Mauricio Pochettino and Christophe Galtier. Luis Enrique is the third Spanish speaker from the past five appointed bosses and the second Spaniard after Unai Emery. "I am delighted to be joining Paris in order to enjoy a new experience," said Enrique upon being confirmed by the Ligue 1 giants. "It is so exciting to meet new people, to live in this city, to learn a new language and, above all, to manage PSG."